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Resources for keyword: Human Rights
A Prayer for Those Returning Home from Prison
A prayer for ex-prisoners struggling with challenges after release.
Prayers For Gaddafi and Protesters in Libya
Two poems as prayers in response to the killings of Gaddafi in Libya
A Prayer for the Protesters in Wisconsin
A prayer for the protestors in Wisconsin challenging the governor's attempts to cut the power of unions.
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Dignity for All
Robert W. Fuller, Pamela A. Gerloff
A down-to-earth and accessible guidebook on moving beyond rankism.
Robert W. Fuller
An explanation of the lineaments of a dignitarian society.
The journey of Cesar Chavez from migrant worker to American hero as a nonviolent labor leader and civil rights activist.
Tricked: The Documentary
Jane Wells, John-Keith Wasson
A hard-hitting documentary exposing the cruel underworld of sex trafficking of teenage girls.
The State of the World 2013 According to Spiritually Literate Films
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
What 2013's best films reveal about the situations and problems of today's world plus some hope for the future.
The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo
A window into Native American spirituality that touches the heart and stirs the soul.
Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom
An inspiring biodrama about the art of leadership pioneered by Nelson Mandela based on love and forgiveness.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
A teenage girl as a hero in-the-making animated by her feisty independent spirit, survival skills, selflessness, and courage.
One of the best films of 2013 with its focus on the quest for freedom and the desire to escape the prisons of oppression, violence, and merciless power.
God Loves Uganda
Roger Ross Williams
A scary documentary about the efforts of the Christian right to achieve in Uganda what they believe is their God-given right to lead that African nation.
12 Years a Slave
A sobering drama about racism and slavery that will sear your soul and set you thinking about the shadow side of American history.
Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here
A powerful portrait of the battle in Muslim countries by devout Muslims and others against the oppression and violence of Muslim fundamentalists.
The Best Spiritual Books of 2013
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Our choices of the spiritual books of 2013 that best explore the quest for meaning and purpose, wholeness and healing, commitment and community, contemplation and social activism.
An excerpt from Who Owns the Future?
A wake-up call for digital serfs who are making Siren Servers rich.
A hard-hitting alarm call about the dangers and the inhumanity of killer and spy drones.
Angad Singh Bhalla
A compelling and enlightening documentary about the important role creativity can play in the pursuit of justice and in the spread of compassion.
Abduction of Eden
A compelling indie film inspired by a true story about a New Mexico woman who is kidnapped and forced into prostitution in a sex trade operation.
An astonishing drama set in Africa that vividly depicts the courage and resiliency of a 12-year-old girl whose spiritual gifts enable her to survive.
World Report 2013
Human Rights Watch
A comprehensive examination of human rights violations in 90 countries.
The Reluctant Fundamentalist
An emotionally vibrant story of the scourge of terrorism, the nightmare of fundamentalism, the dangers of zealots of all types, and terrible results of xenophobia.